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Old 11-03-2017, 09:44 AM
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Sudbury are banged up no Levin one of the Pilions is down so I say 5 to 2 iceDogs
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Old 11-03-2017, 10:46 AM
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Why would they pull the tender at 2 2? 4 2you mean

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well, icedogs are up 2:1, empty netter to 3:1, then sudbury manages to score late goal to 3:2, it is possible, empty netter is sthe winning goal but not the last goal of the game
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Old 11-03-2017, 10:48 AM
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5-2 Wolves. Same result as the first two games we've played them.
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Old 11-03-2017, 12:35 PM
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Same as last time: if the Dogs show up on time, they can beat Sudbury. I don’t know if any of you agree with me on this, but I believe that the most important thing in the OHL is winning the ‘special teams’ battle. We know, from watching the OHL, that you’re going to get penalties. It doesn’t mean you’re a particularly violent team, it means you’re going to get ‘holding the stick’ ‘visor not on correctly’, or some such crap. And since the Dogs are not a particularly offensive team(I just don’t think they’re that talented), they are going to have to grind out the 3-2, 3-1 4-2(at most) kind of game. The simple plays. Off the glass and out. Especially against Sudbury, who have Niagara’s number more than any other team.
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Old 11-03-2017, 03:40 PM
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Wolves looks in on Wednesday in the Soo.
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The Wolves lost in overtime to the Soo 6-5 in that game.
Dogs better be ready to play tonight or,,,,,,again
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Same as last time: if the Dogs show up on time, they can beat Sudbury. I don’t know if any of you agree with me on this, but I believe that the most important thing in the OHL is winning the ‘special teams’ battle. We know, from watching the OHL, that you’re going to get penalties. It doesn’t mean you’re a particularly violent team, it means you’re going to get ‘holding the stick’ ‘visor not on correctly’, or some such crap. And since the Dogs are not a particularly offensive team(I just don’t think they’re that talented), they are going to have to grind out the 3-2, 3-1 4-2(at most) kind of game. The simple plays. Off the glass and out. Especially against Sudbury, who have Niagara’s number more than any other team.
Off the glass and out doesn't work. See Roman Polak. It's great as a last resort but they need the D to make quick accurate passes up to the forwards. All chipping it off the glass does is get the other team coming at you in waves play after play.
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Niagara lines:
Philip-Jones-Maksimov,
Castleman-Thomas-Singer,
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Niagara defence pairs:
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